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The International Salsa Festival will once again celebrate this special genre of dancing from Friday, March 17, through Sunday March 19, at the Léo Ferré centre in Monaco. This is the event’s 11th year, and as always a number of famous dancers will be present.
The Monaco festival attracts Salsa enthusiasts from across the Riviera, with a wide range of shows and dance lessons. Dancers of different levels of ability are catered for and it’s not only Salsa, but also Bachata that will feature.
Among the big names expected are Gregory Campillo, the Spanish dancer born in Monaco, the world champion Bachata Fusion dancer, and Adrian and Anita, world champions in the Porto Rican Salsa.
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